When the kidneys do not eliminate the waste from the body properly, it leads to the improper metabolism of uric acid, which accumulates around the joints and causes inflammation.
The excessive amounts of uric acid in the joints lead to its crystallization, which is manifested by joint pain, swelling, stiffness, kidney failure, arthritis, and gout.
If the pain becomes chronic if not treated properly, and gout will cause joint inflammation and acute arthritis.
Gout, or hyperuricemia, is a metabolic disorder developed as a result of an excessive uric acid buildup in the feet. It is accompanied by severe pain attacks and chalkstones deposits.
The first step to removing excessive uric acid amounts from the body is to make some dietary and lifestyle changes. You should avoid sugars, alcohol, processed foods, and foods high in saturated fats, and focus on fruits and vegetables.
Also, make sure you drink plenty of water to support the elimination of waste. These are the most helpful foods and drinks in the case of joint pain and gout:
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